You spent the final few months of the decade thinking about how you’re going to finally take the big leap and get the major hair transformation you’ve been dreaming about. Well, one month has gone by and here you are, still caressing your long tresses contemplating about the chop *sigh*.

Well, it’s not too late to go ahead and get the chop of your dreams. From 70’s long locks to layered bob to a modern take on shag haircut, this year’s top haircuts trends are unmissable and totally worth trying.

Here are the top 5 haircut trends of 2020 that you must bookmark for your next visit to the salon visit.

 

Subtle layers

Subtle layers

Barely-there layers have officially replaced the sharp, in-your-face layered cut and this might be the most minimalistic haircut we’ve ever seen. We are crushing over this haircut with soft layers that are visible just enough to add volume and bounce. Ask your stylist to add layers starting from the shoulders for that my-hair-but-better look.

 

Textured bob

Textured bob

You might have spotted everyone from celebrities to your BFF going for the bob cut last year. Well, it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. In fact, this year, it got a chicer update with textured waves and lots of layers. Ask for this oh-so-cool hairdo for your new year, new me look.

 

Blunt lob

Blunt lob

If you are one of those who never get a look-altering haircut because they don’t have the heart to chop off their reasonably long hair, this haircut might change things for you. A sophisticated lob aka long bob with blunt end lets you keep shoulder-length hair while changing up your look dramatically.

 

Super long mane

Super long mane

With most of the 60s and 70s hairstyles and haircuts making a comeback, waist-length, sleek and straight hair is back in vogue and how. Get your long locks evenly trimmed and pair it with chin grazing curtain bangs. Wear it with a centre parting for the retro-chic look.

 

Modern shag

Modern shag

Shabby and sexy, the shag haircut of the 90s just got a cooler update. Choppy layers, tapered ends and a textured mane that is not necessarily teamed up with bangs is how you wear the ‘modern shag’. Ask for this I-woke-up-like-this haircut to pull off the most relaxed yet stunning look. 

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